- Lung Cancer Basics
Your lung cancer risk is unique to you and so is your decision about getting screened. Find out more and let us help guide you through the process.
Lung cancer is a complicated disease. Read on for information on how lung cancer is diagnosed, the different types of lung cancer and the various stages of the disease.
Resources for you and your family.
Find out how you can join the thousands of survivors, family members and friends who are taking action to increase lung cancer research, to raise awareness and to provide hope to our community.
June 29, 2017 - By Rev. Dr. Mary Holder Naegeli Rev. Dr. Mary Naegeli serves as the Associate Chaplain at John Muir Medical Center in California. She is also an almost-four-year lung cancer survivor. She uses her own experience with cancer to help guide … Continue reading →
June 23, 2017 - By Vincent Wuellner “There was an element of chance in my lung cancer diagnosis. A coworker noticed a lump in the skin at the base of my neck and advised me to have it looked at. It turned out to … Continue reading →
June 08, 2017
LCA Urges HHS to Protect Patient Access to Medicare
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